Integrating the P2-EC Module into PCB Layouts, and a Simple Project You Can Build with Michael Mulholland
This is a two-part series. The first portion provides some best layout practices for integrating the P2-EC Module into your own PCB. The second presents a sample Propeller 2 Project Board design.
This community project started by Stephen Moraco set the goal of creating a six-sided 64×64 RGB LED cube from HUB75 panels!
The presentation will include examples you can load and run on your own Propeller 2 setup, so have some hardware handy!
An overview of the BOE Shield-Bot for Arduino, its uses in classrooms, and a preview of the upcoming professional development workshop with a focus on Arduino C++.
See how Eric continues to improve FlexSpin, an alternative compiler for the Propeller 2 that runs on Mac, Windows or Linux under FlexProp.
See Francesco Santandrea of Italy provide an overview of this reconfigurable industrial development system built around the P2-EC Module.
Interested in heavy-duty, precision-controlled robotic platforms, like the ones you’ve seen from Parallax in the past? Get a developer’s update with an intro to the electronics and hardware we’re creating.
Jeff will demonstrate how to use the PASM2 documentation as a learning tool and reference manual.
A half hour of micro:bit fun and education with an overview of what’s available for classrooms, what’s new with the micro:bit at Parallax, and news about upcoming training events for teachers.
Touch Screen Holiday Lighting Control Project with JonnyMac – Live Coding and Building (3-Part Series)
In this 3-part series, learn to configure and control a touch-screen display and RGB LEDs using the Propeller 2 multicore microcontroller! Click View Event button for parts required to follow along.